pricer

[prahy-ser]
noun
  1. (especially in retail stores) an employee who establishes prices at which articles will be sold, or one who affixes price tags to merchandise.
  2. a person who inquires prices, as from a competitor.

Origin of pricer

First recorded in 1875–80; price + -er1
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